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Power Station Gallery

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Choose from 8 pictures in our Power Station collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


New Power Stations, advert for British Electricity, 1951. Artist: Norman Wilkinson
New Power Stations, advert for British Electricity, 1951. Artist: Norman Wilkinson
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Shoreham, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Shoreham, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Chelsea Chimneys: Power Station on the Site of Old Cremorne Gardens, c1935. Creator: Huson
Chelsea Chimneys: Power Station on the Site of Old Cremorne Gardens, c1935. Creator: Huson
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Chelsea Power Station, c1927, (1927). Artist: Reginald Belfield
Chelsea Power Station, c1927, (1927). Artist: Reginald Belfield
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Electrical Power Station at Water Orton, Hams Hall, near Birmingham, 1928
Electrical Power Station at Water Orton, Hams Hall, near Birmingham, 1928
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Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric station, USSR, 1970s
Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric station, USSR, 1970s
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Hydroelectric power station near Tashkent
Hydroelectric power station near Tashkent
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Calder Hall nuclear power station, Cumbria. Artist: UKAEA
Calder Hall nuclear power station, Cumbria. Artist: UKAEA
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Shoreham, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Shoreham, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Shoreham, 1844. The Norfolk Suspension Bridge at Shoreham-by-Sea in Sussex. From this point is a branch line to Shoreham, a passage of ten minutes. After passing through a tunnel, we burst upon the sea-side, with the village of Hove and its little Saxon church; the walls of Aldrington church; and the villages of Portslade, Southwick, and Kingston; till by a continuous embankment, we arrive at Shoreham, near to its fine large Anglo-Norman church. The scene shown in the engraving is the most picturesque view of the town, with the handsome suspension bridge across the Adur, built by Mr. Clark, at the expense of the Duke of Norfolk, in 1833'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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